|Tolerant Sensor - Prototyp B [commie007] - Tolerant Sensor|
Tolerant Sensor hits again with a piece of alien atmosphere. Prototyp B is maybe a tune about a vacuum cleaner for seventyfive meter high aliens. Maybe it is not. The tune is fully dogma00 compatible.
|Tolerant Sensor - Last Electrolysis [commie16c] - Tolerant Sensor|
Paradroid was a legendary Commodore 64 game. You played an android in a space ship and you had to take other robots under your control. The game had its own, very dogma00-like atmosphere. What's more interesting, the soundtrack of this game released in 1985, must've been the world's first dogma00 compatible music piece. Therefore we wanted to make a tribute to Paradroid.
|Tolerant Sensor - Diesel Engine [commie014] - Tolerant Sensor|
Tolerant Sensor hits again with a new tune inspired by his one and only true love - the enormous inhuman machine that just doesn't seem to stop its noise in his head. (Either the machine in this tune is massive or the listener is microscopic...)
|Tolerant Sensor - Sonar [commie001] - Tolerant Sensor|
The first official Commie net label release is an experimental dark atmosphere piece. Made with all kinds of hi-tech gear (like the default microphone you got with Sound Blaster 16), Sonar paints you a picture of urban traffic the way the computer hears it. Not for pop-oriented people. This composition is compatible with the dogma00 manifesto.
|Tolerant Sensor - Tubular Corrosion [commie024] - Tolerant Sensor|
A dogma00-compatible sequel to Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells. Because the original was released over twenty years ago, the bells are a bit rusty by now...
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